The PUBG universe is set to become even bigger in the future. The Korean publisher has now secured considerable support for a PUBG animation project.
The battlegrounds and publisher KRAFTON get reinforcements: Geek author and filmmaker Adi Shankar joins a project as part of the expansion of the PUBG universe. The Korean company recently announced that it was using the brand Live action series and The movie
Shankar is not a blank slate when it comes to animation. His producer pen includes the Netflix original series “Castlevania”, the superhero implementation “Dredd”, the noir classic “Killing Them Softly” and other well-known productions. Shankar is also known for the award-winning street art series “The Bootleg Universe”, which is dedicated to Andy Warhol’s style and reinterprets the iconography of pop culture.
CH Kim, the CEO of the Korean corporation, also explains where PUBG is headed: “In addition to the continuous development of new and engaging PUBG content in the game, our partnership with Adi Shankar represents a step in our strategy to bring the PUBG universe to life We look forward to working with Shankar to explore and create a world that brings the game to life for our fans and to tell more about this animated project in the near future. “
The cooperation with Shankar is not the only step towards a multimedia franchise. Most recently, KRAFTON secured the Korean drama production company Hidden Sequence, followed by the announcement of Project Windless, which will also contain a game and produce broad multimedia formats – all based on the Korean fantasy novel “The Bird That Drinks Tears”.
Fans of the battle royale can definitely stay excited about what surprises the PUBG universe has in store in the coming months. Until then, there has been a lot to discover on the Battlegrounds since the latest patch 12.2 with the new Taego map.